In the last chapter, we portrayed the Web as a giant library. In this chapter, we will examine the World Wide Web in a completely different way. Previously, we explored how you can get information from the Web in ways that are similar to going to a library and checking out a book. We learned how you can use a search engine to perform research for a school paper or to gather information while at work. This is a vitally important aspect of the Web. However, in the past few years, the Web has changed in dramatic ways (Shuen, 2008). No longer is it solely a place for you to get information. Now, through new Web-based applications, you can also create content. Metaphorically speaking, instead of going to a library and checking out a book, now you can go to the library and edit the books yourself, or write your own, and share them with the world.